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REVIEW: Take That supported by All Saints at Manchester Arena

Along with tens of thousands of my closest friends, I popped out to see the Mancunian boys made good who have arrived for a barn-storming return to the city they call home.

Organisers at last year's festival.

Vintage festival returns to Bentham

Bentham will take on a vintage theme for the bank holiday weekend.

Whats on
Outdoor theatre returns to Lancaster park for bank holiday weekend

Outdoor theatre returns to Lancaster park for bank holiday weekend

Williamson Park in Lancaster will host four outdoor theatre productions this summer in its very own natural amphitheatre, The Dell.

Theatre and Comedy
Booths recipe: Homemade burger with bacon and cheese

RECIPE: Homemade burger with bacon and cheese

Eating a burger is satisfying ... but it tastes even better when you’ve made it from scratch.

Eating Out
Destiny 2 is the first full sequel to the 2014 original

Destiny 2 filled with amazing things to do, say developers

The makers of Destiny 2 have said the sequel will be filled with "amazing things to do" as the first gameplay was revealed.

GAME OF THE WEEK: Little Nightmares, Platform PC, Xbox One, PS4, Genre Horror. Picture credit: PA PhotoHandout.

Games Central: The best bad dreams

This week it's horror from Little Nightmares and whimsy from Seasons After Fall on Xbox One, while we try to survive Prey and live as a Black & White Bushido on PS4.
Philip James Turner and the Crow Mandala

Live bands, DJs and beer take centre stage at village festival

Live Ale is back this May Bank Holiday weekend, with bands, singer songwriters, funk DJs...and a 1970s caravan selling gin.

Morecambe Juniors 1955-56: back row from left, Ted Sutton, Mal Firth, Alex Smith, John Gregson, Les Entwhistle and Maurice Vickers. Front row from left, Rod Higham, Billy Baron, Stuart Oxley, Norman Wilson, John Morrell and Alan Palmer.

Legendary match reports from one of Morecambe’s leading Shrimps journalists

Historian Terry Ainsworth looks back on the late John Morrell, a former journalist at the Visitor whose match reports were described as “legendary.”

Soul dancer at a previous festival.

North Lancs Soul Festival returns to resort this week

A Morecambe soul festival is going from strength-to-strength thanks to a new partnership with a global radio station.

Diane Shaw will return to Morecambe.

Soulful weekend to return to Morecambe

It’s that time of year when once again Morecambe gets back into its Motown Magic groove with all the best soul music from arguably the worlds most influential record label.

Russell Watson to make Lancaster debut

Russell Watson to make Lancaster debut

One of the world’s greatest classical singers will make his Lancaster debut.

From left James McLean, Rose McPhilemy, Claire-Marie Seddon and Craig Anderson. Picture by Peter Boyd Photography.

Play shows life of RNLI crew in Overton

A new show which dives into two hundreds years of saving lives at sea with the RNLI is being shown in Overton.

Lancaster nostalgia: Front row from left: J Livesey (trainer), William (Bill) Bleasdale (Peters Dad), W Metcalfe, G Morris, R Griffin (captain), E McBride, Rene Procter, T Bilsborough (secretary) is stood to the right of Rene Procter.

Lancaster nostalgia: Storey Brothers and the Senior Infirmary Cup

Local historian Terry Ainsworth takes a look back at a football match won by the Storey Brothers.

Strictly Come Dancing's Pasha will be coming to Lancaster.

Keep dancing with Strictly’s Pasha in Lancaster

Dance the night away with a famous face from Strictly Come Dancing.

Duke of Edinburgh competes in the Holker Hall Carriage Driving Trials across Morecambe Bay on May 30, 1985

Dashing Duke drives horses across the Bay

Prince Philip made many visits to Lancashire but, perhaps, none as memorable as the day in May day 1985 when he rode horses and a carriage across Morecambe Bay. Here is the Post’s report of the event.

Morecambe soprano Linda Tolchard. Picture by Jane Moyle.

Heysham soprano returns to give church concert

A popular soprano is returning to her hometown for a concert to raise vital funds for charity.

The Jets and the Sharks from West Side Story by the Lancaster Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society.

REVIEW: West Side Story by LADOS, Grand Theatre, Lancaster

West Side Story is a tale of two gangs and this LADOS production was very much a tale of two halves.

This framed crew t-shirt, signed by all the band, hangs on my office wall

A special brew of rock music memorabilia...

Our antiques expert Allan Blackburn looks at rock music memorabilia...

The Galloways Driving Day at 3 Sisters Race Track.

Driving day hit by closure

A sight loss charity based in Morecambe has been forced to cancel a major fundraising event after the venue operating company went bust.

MORECOMBE - MAY 30:  Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh competes in the Holker Hall Carriage Driving Trials across Morecombe Bay on May 30, 1985.  (Photo by David Levenson/Getty Images)

When Prince Philip rode a horse across Morecambe

Prince Philip made many visits to Lancashire but, perhaps, none as memorable as the May day in 1985 when he rode a horse and carriage across Morecambe Bay.

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